proctoring are April 14 – 20, 2021.
The direct registration link to register for the exams
via remote proctoring can be found here:
TBPG canceled its quarterly meetings scheduled for 2/18/2021 and 2/19/2021
due to inclement weather. Agenda items posted for this meeting will be deferred
to the next meeting scheduled for April 29-30, 2021.
Texas Government Code – Administrative Procedure Act §2001.039
TBPG is conducting its four-year rule review for 2021-2022.
Per Texas Government Code §2001.039, every state agency in Texas must review and
consider each of its rules for re-adoption at least every four years.
For more information, see Rule Review and Resources
Registration for the March 19, 2021, ASBOG examination IS NOW CLOSED and approved applicants have been notified.
The next ASBOG examination is October 1, 2021. See Exam Information for more details.
The following health/safety protocols will be in place for the examination:
*Face coverings must be worn at all times.
*6 feet social distancing is required at all times
*Temperature checks will be required. Individuals with a temperature over 100.2 will not be allowed to sit for the examination.
On the test date: if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have or have had a fever in the prior 24 hrs, have been exposed to someone with COVID/COVID symptoms within the prior 14 days, or cannot take the exam due to related health reasons, contact TBPG at 512-936-4408 as soon as possible to discuss options.
REQUIRED ITEMS FOR EXAM DAY:
*A government issued photo I.D.
* Signed COVID-19 Screening Protocol form
*Face covering to be worn at all times
*Institution Code for the college/university from which you received your geological science degree. The code will be needed for your exam answer sheet.
The Institution Code book can be found on the ASBOG website
*Parking permit must be displayed on the dashboard of your vehicle.
Please limit your personal belongings due to space restrictions in testing rooms. TBPG is not responsible for lost/stolen items.
TBPG will continue monitoring the ongoing COVID situation to identify any changes that may prohibit or alter the exam administration. We will keep exam candidates informed of important information via email and
we will post updates on this website as needed.
For additional information, please visit our Exam Information page.
or contact us at
512-936-4408 or by email at email@example.com.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, TBPG has instituted some changes to its
operations, and has extended its temporary CE Policy through March 1, 2021.
For more information regarding this policy, please see TBPG Response to COVID-19.
TBPG will continue to monitor and make any necessary business adjustments
as needed. The Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has detailed and
up-to-date information about the impact of COVID-19 in Texas and
the State’s response and efforts.
Soils Exam Registration: Monday, January 4 – Friday, March 5, 2021
Soils Exam Scheduling: Wednesday, April 7 – Thursday, April 15, 2021
Soils Exam Window: Wednesday, April 14 – Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Exams will be again be given using Internet Based Testing (IBT) via remote proctoring.
To apply for a new license or
to renew a license, registration, or certification, please see:
Do I need a license? What activities are exempt from licensure?
Our Licensing Information page has answers to these questions and more.
TBPG has adopted new rules to implement provisions in Texas Occupations Code
Chapter 55, regarding benefits to military service members, military veterans,
and military spouses who apply for an occupational license in the State of Texas.
Please see Military Benefits for more information.
TBPG’s Online Services allow users to conduct a public search for a license, renew a TBPG license or registration, and to update license contact information.
The Governor’s office is a uniquely entrepreneurial organization of leaders committed to supporting Gov. Abbott’s vision to build a better Texas for future generations.
The Texas Veterans Portal is a resource for veterans, their families, and their survivors. It provides helpful information from many government agencies so you can find the assistance, services, and benefits you need.
EnviroMentors are qualified professionals with technical or legal expertise on environmental issues who volunteer to help small businesses and local governments comply with state environmental rules, either one-on-one or in a teaching situation.
Texas Homeland Security was established in order to coordinate the resources and responses necessary to prevent, protect from, prepare for and respond to all threats of terrorism and disaster.
There are many options for obtaining the CE Ethics credit for PGs and GITs.
Click here for some of the options available.